|release date||June 19 2007|
|director||Jeffrey S. Delman|
|writer||Jeffrey S. Delman|
|starring||Phyllis Craig, Cathryn de Prume, Brian de Persia, Melissa Leo, Michael Mesmer|
|tagline||Tales of Death|
SynopsisOnce upon a time, when you were six years old, and your parents used to tell you "bedtime stories." Somehow those stories became twisted in your dreams, and you sometimes had the worst nightmares about haunted heroes, fire-eating witches and bloodsucking werewolves who ate children for breakfast. Remember? Well, hold on to your popcorn, because your favorite nightmares come to life in a horror/fantasy salute to the age-old bedtime story ritual. Travel on a mysterious journey to a medieval world populated by blood-crazed witches, evil experiments and captive maidens. Then from the catacombs and dark caverns of medieval Europe you plunge into modern suburbia and the frolicsome adventures of a nubile lady jogger tracked by a savage werewolf. Finally, sensuality becomes macabre black comedy on the trail of three escaped mental patients who share a country house with a daffy murderess. Pray you can sleep again!
It all started with Creepshow. Yes there were the television shows before the notorious horror-comic, like Twilight Zone and Tales From the Crypt – but it was George Romero and Stephen King who poured gasoline on the short compilation fire, spawning a variety of such films that hit the theaters and airwaves like mad, post 1982. To understand where Deadtime Stories fits into it all, here’s a little timeline: …Read More